Scholarship Description: Applications are invited for Two PhD scholarships in Mathematical Biology for international students.
The Spanish Society of Applied Mathematics (SEMA) was created in 1991, as a milestone in the development of applied mathematics in Spain, motivated by the success and continuity of the national Spanish Congress of Differential Equations and their Applications (CEDYA) that began in 1978. Its main purpose was to contribute in a coordinated manner to the development of mathematics in connection with its applications, responding in this way to new challenging problems of the real world, in the most diverse areas in science and industry.
Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
Degree Level: Scholarships are available to pursue PhD programme.
Available Subject: Scholarships are awarded for the projects: Bio-mathematical analysis of the Vertebrate embryo axis elongation (PhD thesis, Toulouse, France) and Kinetic theory applied to the study of the interaction between tumours and their microenvironment.
Scholarship Benefits: The project in France- Funding: Université Fédérale Toulouse Midi-Pyrénées (three years); Start date: October 2018.
Project in Austria- Funding and Duration: Fully funded position for 3 years.
Number of Scholarships: Up to two PhD scholarships are available.
Eligible Nationalities: International students are eligible to apply for this scholarship programme.
Eligibility Criteria: To be eligible for this scholarship you must meet the following requirements:
Candidates must have a Master degree or equivalent in mathematics or a subject with a strong mathematical component (e.g. physics, bio-physics, bio-mathematics, engineering, and computer science), skills in programming and have experience and/or demonstrate a strong interest for developmental biology and experimentations in biology.
Kinetic theory applied to the study of the interaction between tumours and their micro-environment
Normally, an undergraduate and MSc in Mathematics with an excellent command of mathematical analysis (especially desirable if knowledge on partial differential equations); good knowledge, experience and a taste for programming and numerical simulations; willingness to work in teams that include biologists. Knowledge on kinetic theory is not required (it will be learned during the PhD).
Application Procedure: For application send a unique PDF file containing a CV, mark reports since beginning of higher education and a motivation letter with 2 reference contacts to bertrand.benazeraf-at-univ-tlse3.fr and ariane.trescases-at-math.univtoulouse.fr.